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The DSL router/modem will receive an address from your ISP (Qwest) and will assign an address to the connected PC.
There should be a cable that goes from your DSL modem to your PC. It'll either be a USB cable (flat rectangular plug on the PC end), or a RJ45 (looks like a wider telephone plug).
If there is neither connection between the DSL modem and your PC, then the PC can't "talk" to the DSL modem, so it's not getting an address from the DSL modem.
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
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